3 Ways to Spend Your Snow Day in Style

3 Ways to Spend Your Snow Day in Style

Thus far, this year’s winter has brought some pretty crazy weather. From the Bomb Cyclone in the Northeast to unexpected temperature drops in the South, the month of February definitely isn’t coming up roses with cold weather fast approaching once again.

Since the holidays are long over and there are still 50 days of winter remaining, you can only hope for a snow day to keep you cozy and warm inside.  If you live somewhere warm, go ahead and plan a personal day regardless of the weather. You deserve it.

We have three ways to spend your snow day that are easy to accomplish and can be done in total style. Whether you’re going solo or rounding up the troops, you can get dressed up or down to watch the snowfall on your much needed day off.

Wine and Cheese Night

Nothing says relaxation like having a group over for a wine and cheese night. Tell your guests to bring a cheese, wine or side of their choice and pull out your biggest board for the ultimate spread. And since you’re having a night in, keep your outfit casual with warm leggings, a chunky sweater and the CORY ladies’ sneaker in natural linen elastic.

Coffee Shop Diaries

If you have to work from home or be productive, get out of your apartment and venture to the nearest local coffee shop for a nice change of scenery. Slip into the ESA ladies’ combat boot for rugged style and walking traction. Wear these boots with dark wash skinny jeans and  layer your upper half with a long sleeve tee, jean jacket and cable knit sweater on top. Grab your favorite scarf and warm winter coat, then you’re ready to go in fashion.

Day at the Museum

Channel your cultural side and check out a museum or exhibit you’ve been wanting to see. This is the perfect opportunity to show off your style while staying indoors and admiring some art. The LYLESP is your museum sidekick with its gorgeous heat-pressed beading that is art on its own. Wear this comfortable style with a pair of tailored black pants and a camel colored peacoat for the ultimate museum look.